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M: Finance was developed for the undergraduate corporate finance course and designed with today's student in mind. With years of teaching experience as well market development, the author team developed a text to reflect that this critical course covers so many crucial topics and that instructors need to focus on core ideas to ensure that students are getting the preparation they need for future classes—and for their lives beyond college. The framework for M: Finance emphasizes three themes: (1) Finance is about connecting core concepts, (2) Finance can be taught using a personal perspective, and (3) Finance focuses on solving problems and decision making. The text also features concise chapters that lead students to crucial material by emphasizing core concepts, key research, and current topics. Personal examples in the text explain the concepts' relevance to students' lives, increasing their motivation to learn more. Because finance focuses on problem-solving and decision making, this text includes numerous exercises that target various learning styles.
Part One: INTRODUCTION
Chapter 1: Introduction to Financial Management
Part Two: FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
Chapter 2: Reviewing Financial Statements
Chapter 3: Analyzing Financial Statements
Part Three: VALUING OF FUTURE CASH FLOWS
Chapter 4: Time Value of Money 1: Analyzing Single Cash Flows
Chapter 5: Time Value of Money 2: Analyzing Annuity Cash Flows
Part Four: VALUING OF BONDS AND STOCKS
Chapter 6: Understanding Financial Markets and Institutions
Chapter 7: Valuing Bonds
Chapter 8: Valuing Stocks
Part Five: RISK AND RETURN
Chapter 9: Characterizing Risk and Return
Chapter 10: Estimating Risk and Return
Part Six: CAPITAL BUDGETING
Chapter 11: Calculating the Cost of Capital
Chapter 12: Estimating Cash Flows on Capital Budgeting Projects
Appendix 12 A: MACRS Depreciation Tables
Chapter 13: Weighing Net Present Value and Other Capital Budgeting Criteria
Part Seven: WORKING CAPITAL MANAGEMENT AND FINANCIALPLANNING
Chapter 14: Working Capital Management and Policies
Appendix 14 A: The Cash Budget
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